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If it is an aluminum/magnesium alloy forget it. That rim is ruined... I wouldn't bother trying to fix it. Trying to bend it back might cause the rim to crack. If it is steel, a wheel/tire shop should be able to bend it back and fix it. Anyway... Good Luck with it... Hopefully it will be an inexpensive and simple fix.
 

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If you have full coverage insurance call and make a claim, just say you didn't see it until the last second (which is probably the case). (No your insurance wont go up) At most you will have to pay your comprehensive deductable.

To date I have bent 5 and killed a tire each time.
 

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I recently found a website that will fix alloy rims. Try going to www.fixrim.com It will cost you about $160 plus shipping.
 
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